1957-1997) and all country pickers who helped keep the circle unbroken. Roy Acuff appears by special permission of Hickory Records, Inc. Jimmy Martin appears through courtesy of MCA Records Mother Maybelle Carter appears through courtesy of CBS Records Earl Scruggs appears through courtesy of CBS Records Doc Watson appears through courtesy of Poppy Records Gary Scruggs appears through courtesy of Vanguard Recording Society Randy Scruggs appears through courtesy of Vanguard Recording Society
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Sometimes titled "Can The Circle Be Unbroken," this song is based on a gospel hymn published in 1908 with words by Ada Habershon and music by Charles Gabriel - both very prolific writers of church music. This hymn was reworked by the Carter Family and released in 1935. Part country song, part spiritual, it describes a funeral. The 1908 version is in the public domain, but sounds strange to many listeners who are now familiar with the Carter Family rendition and wonder why "Lord" is removed from the chorus. In 1972, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band released an album called Will the Circle be Unbroken that brought together many luminaries in the world of bluegrass and country, including Doc Watson, Roy Acuff and Earl Scruggs. The three-volume set contains 42 songs recorded live on a 2-track machine.
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The original Will the Circle Be Unbroken is undoubtedly a landmark country-music recording. A peace offering between rock-reared longhairs and rock-ribbed Nashville patriarchs (and one matriarch, Mother Maybelle Carter), it exposed generations of upstart pickers and singers to old-time country music and its impact is felt to this day. The organizers of the 1971 sessions that led to the initial three-LP set, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, have produced two sequels, the first in 1989 and the most recent in 2002. Completists will relish having all three collections in one box, while those who think three times around the circle is two too many are advised to stick with the 30th anniversary reissue of the initial album.
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